By Elo Edremoda, WarriImmediate past governor of Delta State, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan has cautioned members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) against making pronouncements capable of causing division and crisis in the party.Uduaghan spoke when he hosted PDP leaders of Delta South Senatorial District at the Government House Annex, Edjeba, Warri South council area of Delta State, Saturday.The meeting was held as part of efforts to douse the rising tension among party chieftains and members, especially in Delta Central and Delta South, as the party prepares for the next gubernatorial elections.There have been controversies and arguments among party faithful on which senatorial district the governorship candidate of the party would emerge from.While the Urhobos in Delta Central are claiming that it is their turn to produce the next governor, giving the rotation agreement that brought the past two governors and the incumbent, the Ijaws of Delta South have argued otherwise.Read Also;Army launches cyber warfare over hate speechInsisting that it is their turn to produce the governor of the state come 2023, the Ijaws say for fairness and equity, they should be supported to clinch the gubernatorial seat.These different views have in the past few weeks heightened tension and pit party stakeholders in the senatorial districts against one another.Citing the Rwanda genocide as an example, Uduaghan canvassed the need for unity and peace within the party, stressing that hate speech could result to dire consequences.Unity dog tails into the issue of hate speeches. Some of you may have noticed in the last few weeks, pronouncements are being made, that bothers on hate speeches by members of this party.Let us not create enmity because of an election that will not happen this year; let us try to actualise our ambitions in peace. Please, I want to appeal that in our ambitions, we should be careful in what we say, how we act and carry ourselves.I have managed crises before I became governor and while I was a governor. As a governor, I had to put my hands up in the river, when soldiers pointed AK-47 at me. I couldnt go with security. I am worried about the crisis and I pray we do not have any.On his part, the Deputy Governor of Delta State, Deacon Kingsley Otuaro emphasised the need for party members to exercise decorum as the party prepares for the 2023 elections.Chairman of PDP Delta South Senatorial District, Chief (Dr.) Julius Takeme re echoed the need for love among party members in the state so as to win every electoral seat in Delta South and expand the partys membership base.The woman leader, Vero Tangbowei Emmanuel, urged party leaders to remember to always carry women along. Click here to read full news..